AdresseCentre Culturel Irlandais
|Titre :||Irish University Review, Vol 49 n 1 - Spring/Summer 2019|
|Type de document :||Bulletin : Revue, journal|
|Paru le :||01/06/2019|
|Année de publication :||2019|
This essay provides a deferred assessment of the uncanniness of dwelling in post-Celtic Tiger Ireland by concentrating on the socioecological fallout of ruins and the longterm casualties of land sp...
Lucy COLLINS, Auteur ; Christodoulos MAKRIS, Auteur |
Two poems by Christodoulos Makris, introduced by Lucy Collins.
The Gendering of Irish and Caribbean Food / Land Crises in Children's Novels by Marita Conlon-McKenna and James Berry
Kate HOULDEN, Auteur ; Sorcha GUNNE, Auteur |
Marita Conlan-McKenna's Under the Hawthorne Tree (1990) and James Berry's Ajeemah and His Son (1991) are children's novels that address foundational national or regional trauma (dealing with transa...
Writing Famine, Writing Empire : Food Crisis and Anticolonial Aesthetics in Liam O'Flaherty's Famine and Bhabani Bhattacharya's So Many Hungers!
In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the colonies controlled by the British, the Dutch, and other European countries witnessed a number of devastating famines. These famines did not solely ar...
Out of Proportion to the Small Loss : Productivist Agriculture in the Farming Novels of John McGahern and Halldor Laxness
Ireland and Iceland, both (semi-)peripheral islands in relation to Europe's core hegemonic capitalism, once shared similar farming systems based on small holdings and rotational grazing. Today, how...
A world-ecological perspective of cultural production refuses a dualist conception of nature and society – which imagines nature as an external site of static outputs – and instead foregrounds the ...
Treasa DE LOUGHRY, Intervieweur ; Mike MCCORMACK, Personne interviewée |
Mike McCormack is and award-winning writer and lecturer in creative writing at the National University of Ireland, Galway. McCormack's counscious rearticulation of the West of Ireland as a site of ...
Beyond a Capitalist Atlantic : Fish, Fuel, and the Collapse of Cheap Nature in Ireland, Newfoundland, and Nigeria
Irish director Risteard O'Domhnaill's 2010 film, The Pipe, documents the battle of a small Mayo community against the Corrib gas pipeline project, following a number of local residents in their eig...
In this article I consider how registers of weather media carry/convey cultural information, specifically how texts about extreme weather articulate with investment in a supposed post-recession res...
Sounding the Unheard River : Reflections on an Ecological Sound Art Praxis as a Response to Ecosystem Distress
This article reflects on a body of academic and practice-based work in the contexts of praxis. It asserts that in the face of systemic issues pertaining to ecosystem crisis, multidisciplinary appro...
‘Ecomusicology’ is a developing field that looks to explore the interface between modern eco-theory and a range of historical and contemporary musical phenomena. Generated as it is by a country in ...